An OS-level Ethereum Interface
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An OS-level Ethereum interface 🎉


Frame is an OS-level Ethereum interface that lets you use standalone signers, such as a Ledger or Trezor, to securely and transparently interact with dapps and the Ethereum network.


  • First-class Hardware Support
    • Use your Ledger and Trezor devices with any dapp!
  • Permissions
    • User controls which dapps have permission to access the provider and can monitor with full transparency what requests dapps are making.
  • Node Management
    • Frame simplifies running and syncing your local node and lets you seamlessly swap from local to remote nodes on the fly.
  • Menu Bar Support
    • Frame stays out of the way and sits quietly in your menu bar until it's needed.
  • Cross Platform
    • macOS, Windows and Linux!



Run Source

# Clone
› git clone

# Install
› npm install

# Run
› npm run alpha

On Windows: Run npm install --global --production windows-build-tools as administrator before running the demo. You can find more info about this here:

On Ubuntu: Run sudo apt-get install build-essential libudev-dev before running the demo.

Add Hot Signers

  • For testing and development purposes you can add non-hardware accounts to Frame
  • After cloning the repo create hot.json in the root directory
  "accounts": ["privateKey1", "privateKey2"]
  • Run npm run dev (hot signers will only be added in dev mode)

Build Apps

# Build apps for current platform
› npm run bundle
› npm run build